Make sure to register for Spokane Police Activities League

Michele Anderson, Public Safety Communications Manager

Monday, June 17, 2019 at 1:51 p.m.

The Spokane Police Activities League (PAL) summer program begins on June 25 and there are still open spots.

The PAL program offers fun, structured activities for youth, with opportunities to make friends and memories at their local parks. PAL engages youth with positive academic and athletic programs, such as flag football, basketball, running, soccer, swimming, and baseball. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) enrichment activities. Spokane Public Schools Summer Meal Program provides lunches each day.

Created in 2013, the PAL program takes a holistic approach to crime prevention, focusing on reducing drug and gang involvement, as well as making positive decisions. PAL is a collaborative program of Spokane Police Department, Spokane Parks Department, Spokane Public Schools and many other organizations working together to supply a myriad of resources in a central location.

To register and learn more about the PAL program visit and click on the Community Outreach tab. Completed registration forms should be sent to

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